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tuesday :: october 29, 2002
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2002 indie ebook awards
:: digital literature festival

The Finalists and Winners of the Independent e-Book Awards, and the winner of the Dana Atchley Scholarship for Digital Storytelling will be announced during the *Digital Literature Festival* on November 2nd.

The Festival will feature readings, lectures and workshops to introduce readers to electronic books and digital storytelling. There will also be exhibits of authors, publishers, manufacturers of wireless and e-reading devices, software companies, schools and educational organizations, and companies specializing in e-learning. The highlight of the Festival will be the 2002 Independent e-Book Awards ceremony.

The Independent e-Book Awards were created in September of 2000 as the result of a collaboration between Sunny Ross, founder and executive director of the Digital Literature Institute and editor-in-chief of Mystic-Ink, one of the first online communities for readers and writers, and M. J. Rose, author of Lip Service, the first e-book discovered online by the mainstream publishing industry. >from *e-Book Awards site*

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> eBooks by the Numbers: Open eBook Forum Compiles Industry Growth Stats. Report Points to Solid Growth of Electronic Publishing. july 22, 2002
> The International eBook Award Foundation Discontinues Frankfurt eBook Award and Suspends Activities. april 17, 2002
> independent e-book awards nominations. november 27, 2001
> first electronic book awards. october 20, 2000

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